Instantly recognised anywhere in the world by its epithet, the Burdah is a timeless tribute to the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ, which although penned in the twelfth century, still resonates deeply due to the affinity generated by the authors spiritual journey.
This is the first ever English translation — with commentary — of the first half of ‘Kitaab at-Tawheed'. This work is unique, providing a detailed and holistic approach to Islamic theology, whilst also being its earliest extant comprehensive source.
Meditations of Khawaja Muinuddin Chishti give an authoritative insight into the things that really matter and, it is hoped, will secure for the individual concerned the inner peace and harmony which are sought by man in his bondage.
This ‘encyclopaedia’ of Sufism with its many teaching stories and illustrations provides a window onto social life and religious ideas in Fez a generation or so before powerful outside forces began to play a role in the radical transformation of Morocco.
Khwaja Ghulam Farid (1845-1901) is celebrated as one of the finest as well as one of the last of the great Sufi poets of Pakistan. He is particularly revered in his home territory of Bahawalpur for the matchless lyrics which he composed in his native Siraiki.
The Wasiyyah of Shaykh Abu 'Abd al-Raḥman al-Sulami contains forty-six counsels. Each counsel concerns actions Allah and His Messenger (may Allah bless him and give him peace) have commanded us to perform or avoid.